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Breaking in the new field

Angie Frederickson
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Jack Edwards and Caden Biedermann

Jack Edwards and Caden Biedermann

 

Jack Edwards and Caden Biedermann (pictured, from left) represent the Astros and the A’s in the inaugural game on Bellaire Little League’s (BLL) new field, Furler Field. In the season opener, the teams squared off on the newly opened field. Both teams had one home run and the A’s won 10-4. BLL acquired the field at Mulberry Park, named in remembrance of Elizabeth Furler, the first female president of the Bellaire Optimist Club. As a result of her efforts and dedication, Mulberry Park originally housed the first Bellaire field used exclusively for girls’ softball. Today, BLL players are enjoying the field. A’s team members are manager Bobby Bazarsky, Milan Narayan, Taylor Bazarsky, Caden Biedermann, Daniel Leibman, Raphael Hananel, Christopher Means, Jase Schmalz, Lawton McLemore and Jake Beasley. The Astros are manager Paul Posoli, Luke Mandola, Charlie Mullen, Jack Edwards, Will Spires, Hayden Deutsch, Ashton Lassiter, Logan Rhoades, Ethan Weinstock and Nate Hardison.

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